Andrew Berry’s wife jokes the Browns GM can play QB, CB Saturday

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  • Cleveland Browns
    Cleveland Browns
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  • Andrew Berry
    American football executive
  • Tim Couch
    Tim Couch
    All-American college football player, professional football player, quarterback
  • Baker Mayfield
    Baker Mayfield
    American football quarterback

In the midst of the strife and strain of figuring out who will actually be on the field for the Cleveland Browns Saturday, some humor has also emerged. While Baker Mayfield is highly agitated with the NFL and fans are also angry as well as confused, overwhelmed and laughing to keep from crying, Tim Couch said he could ride in to save the day.

The NFLPA is reportedly pushing for the Browns game with the Las Vegas Raiders to be postponed but that seems unlikely at this point.

General manager Andrew Berry has had his work cut out for him trying to field a team. According to his wife, some of the answers to his problems might be right under his nose. Berry played college football at Harvard before moving on the front office side. Brittan Berry thinks (jokingly) he should sign himself up for Saturday:

With only Nick Mullens, unless Couch is signed, at the quarterback spot, Berry would be one snap away from seeing the field. With a number of defensive backs out, Berry could be the team’s nickel corner against Raiders star Hunter Renfrow.

Brittan Berry has been a fun Twitter follow for many Browns fans over the past couple of seasons and continues that with the above tweet. Sadly, the very real stress and problem of all the players possibly missing the game Saturday still has to be dealt with by her husband but not by signing himself to play.